John Legend surprises London commuters with mini-concert

John Legend gave Londoners an awesome surprise when he sat down at a piano in the middle of St. Pancras station and started performing his hits on a random Wednesday.

The US singer, 38, sat down at a piano on the concourse to perform a handful of songs for commuters.

While another fan wondered who was taking up precious piano time at the station. "Do they still have that piano there?" he teased on Twitter before his arrival.

After arriving at the station, the singer proceeded to play a 10-minute set of some of his biggest hits including "Ordinary People" and "All of Me", which he famously wrote for his wife, model Chrissy Teigen.

Fans in St. Pancras expressed their excitement about his surprise appearance on social media.

The performance was uploaded as a live stream to promoter Live Nation's Facebook page where it was viewed by 42,000 users.

The suprise show was to promote his upcoming world tour, which will see him play United Kingdom dates in September.

Commuters passing through St. Pancras railway station in London were treated to the performance of a lifetime.

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